The Solo Gimbal taps Solo’s intelligence to get perfectly automated shots, plus rock-solid footage, GoPro® control & charging and long-range HD video feed. To install the Solo Gimbal and start utilizing these features, follow the Solo Gimbal installation instructions below or click here for a step-by-step video tutorial.
The gimbal as seen below.
With both cables now connected to the Solo Gimbal, it is important to position each cable out of the way of other internal components. When configuring the HDMI and gimbal cables, the HDMI cable should rest on top of the gimbal cable.
Since each GoPro has a unique weight, some versions require additional weight for proper stabilization. If your GoPro requires additional weight, add the included weights to the top and bottom of the GoPro as seen below for the best performance. Tighten the corresponding weights down with your fingers by twisting them into place.
Flying on a sunny day? Use the sunshade to protect your video from glare. Simply press-fit the sunshade onto the GoPro lens to install.
To help ensure you get the most stable footage possible, we recommend keeping the Flight and Camera Pan settings to medium or below.
When you’re ready to fly, power on Solo and the Controller as you normally would. When the gimbal is ready to fly, it flashes green.
If you are having trouble getting your gimbal to function properly, please contact Tech Support.